CIVIL WAR ERA DOMINOES IN ORIGINAL CASE

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Item Code: 1054-1446

Case is made of blue cloth covered boards. Lid opens to reveal over fifty dominoes. Gilt label on lid reads, “SOCIAL PASTIME”. Clasp is missing the part it is meant to hook to. Dominoes are made of a wooden base with bone tacked to the top. Dots are colored in black or red.

Case measures 3 ¾” by 8 ¼”. Shows light wear, mostly on corners and edges. Each domino measures 1½” by ¾”.   [sl]

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